Now that you have read 5 Questions for Planning Successful Web-based Activities and done the necessary mind work to set your children up for success, you may be thinking, “Great… now where do I start?” as you begin creating web-based activities for your children. Here are some types and examples of web-based lessons and projects.
3 Types of Web-Based Projects (w/ examples)
1. Interpersonal Exchanges
- Keypals (example)
- Electronic Mentoring (example)
- Virtual Field Trips (example)
- Group Product Development (example)
- Electronic Publishing (example)
2. Information Collection and Analysis
- Webquests (example)
- Individual and Collaborative Research/Learning Projects (example)
- Real Life Data Analysis (example)
- Scavenger Hunts (example)
3. Problem Solving
- Problem Based Learning (example)
- Collaborative and Parallel Problem Solving (example)
- Simulated Activities (example)
- Social Action Projects (example)
Know any other great sites for web-based projects? Please share!
Lists are based on those outlined in Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching by M. D. Roblyer.
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